How To Make Pour Over Coffee? Pour Over coffee is the perfect blend of everything that produces a rich and flavorful cup of coffee. Also, you can use an all-in-one type of brewer that includes both a dripper and carafe. Then, you may need a paper filter.
However, if you are using a metal dripper than, then it is not required. Another tool you need to make a coffee is a gooseneck kettle.
Coffee making task for pour-over coffee requires precision. Therefore, use kitchen scale and timer to ensure accurate measurement and correct brewing time. Keep a thermometer to monitor the brewing temperature.
However, if your gooseneck kettle has an in-built thermometer, there is no need to get one separately.
With these tools, coffee beans of your choice, and this brewed coffee recipe, you can create the perfect cup of coffee at home every time.
- Preparation time: 10 minutes
- Cooking time: 0 minutes
- Brewing time: 5 minutes
- Total time: 15 minutes
- Serving: 1 serving
Coffee – 18g (medium to fine grounded)
Water – 300 ml (filtered or distilled)
- Collect all the required ingredients as well as tools.
- Use hot water to make the serving cup warm.
- Heat water in the gooseneck kettle on the stove to a temperature around 195 F to 205 F.
- Use pour-over brewer to measure the grounded coffee (preferable medium to fine grind).
- When water attains the required temperature, empty the serving cup. Also, Fix the drip cone on top of it. In the case of an all-in-one brewer, assemble all the parts and then measure the grounded coffee.
- First, reset the scale readings to zero and start the timer. Now, add sufficient water (around 50 mL) to make the coffee wet (start from the center and then move towards the corner). Let the coffee saturate for around 30-45 seconds.
- Now, keeping the kettle spout close to the cone. Pour all the water (300 mL) on the coffee bed. (Best water pouring technique is to go in circles while moving outwards from the center. Also, it is advised not to pour water on the filter or the cone. The ideal brewing time is 3-4 minutes for the medium roasted coffee and 2-3 minutes for the dark roasted coffee. Let the cone sit on the top of the cup for 30 seconds more to allow complete dripping. (Pro tip: While pouring water, pause in between to get the strong coffee flavor).
- Lastly, gently tap the cone to extract the last bit of coffee from it. Also, place it on another cup or saucer to get additional drips that may remain in it. Serve the perfectly brewed coffee, while it is hot.
Pour over coffee ratio Chart
Pour over coffee ratio Chart from water to coffee. Follow the chart below in order to find the amount of coffee (oz, g or tablespoons). You can tweak little bit as per your taste and needs. Below chart is the way its made authentically.
|Water Ratio(oz)||Water Ratio (ml)||Coffee In (oz)||Coffee In (g)||Coffee|
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